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Fibre broadband provider Hyperoptic has announced plans to extend its 1Gb network across central London, it has been reported.

According to ISPreview.co.uk, deployments in Battersea, Docklands, Holborn, Shepherds Bush, Vauxhall and Westminster are underway as the firm looks to extend its reach.

The broadband provider launched a limited fibre-to-the-home network at the Prices Court riverside development in Wandsworth in late 2011.

Speaking to the news provider, a spokesperson for Hyperoptic said the firm would be publishing its UK expansion strategy shortly.

"With regards to targeting the business market, we are still in the process of productisation so have not yet formally announced our business services," he stated.

"But the feedback we are getting from our residential customers and the quality of network means that there is a natural alignment - so it's definitely going to be a priority for us this year."

BT recently announced plans to offer up to 300Mb broadband speeds on its own fibre-to-the-home network.

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